Logic Technology: Insyde Software implements the DMTF Redfish standard
Insyde Software has demonstrated the Supervyse systems manageability products that implement the DMTF Redfish open industry standard specification at the Intel Developer Forum in San Fransisco. Redfish is designed to improve data center and cloud infrastructure management across different platforms. It accomplishes this by defining a RESTful interface and utilizes JSON and OData to help IT professionals integrate flexible and secure network management of server systems and data center devices.
The Supervyse family of products provides out-of-band remote platform management, support for a wide breadth of industry standards for server manageability, fan/sensor/power-supply monitoring and control, media redirection, KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) support and comprehensive security features for enterprise, data center and cloud server designs. Insyde Software provides close cooperation between its BIOS and management firmware components, making common tasks like failure analysis more efficient than ever.
Insyde Software’s Supervyse BMC-based (Baseboard Management Controller) and IE-based (Innovation Engine) product families incorporate Redfish building blocks known as schema. A custom set of schema establishes a profile that matches the unique requirements for data center and cloud service environments. Examples of this architecture include profiles that apply specifically to storage servers or elements of Intel’s Rack Scale Design platforms.